Optimizing RayWare Performance - NVIDIA

RayWare software can use a lot of processing power for some operations. If you're using a computer with a dedicated graphics card we can allow RayWare to use both your computers processor (CPU) and the graphics card processor (GPU). 

The graphics card is meant to carry the load and allow your PC to run smoother and faster when operating RayWare. Follow these steps to reconfigure your graphics card to specifically help run RayWare with a step by step guide below for computers with NVIDIA cards.

Right click your Desktop.

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Select NVIDIA Control Panel

In the NVIDIA Control Panel select Manage 3D Settings at the top left. Once that page opens you will want to select the Program Settings tab to the right of Global Settings. 

Click Add at the top of this page. 

In the Program pop up window select in the bottom right Browse



Another window will pop up where you will select C Drives Program Files then select Programs (x86) then scroll to and select RayWare folder and finally scroll all the way down and select the Ra

Once you've selected RayWare In the drop down menu select your graphics card processor in this case, NVIDIA

Lastly, select Apply

Restart your computer and you should be good to go!

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